Rail, Bus and Ferry services
So from what I made out from your comment then, the orange vest officers are the PTA Train Security, and the yellow WAPOL-like vested officers are Wilson bus security? I was under the assumption that PTA had both their own employee's and contracted Wilson staff. I'll be the 4th message to admit my fault then.
Fleet numbers are a unique number assigned to the vehicle. For example fleet 123 might be allocated to Delta One and may carry Delta One markings however if fleet 247 is under going servicing the Delta One shift might be allocated to a fleet 456 which carries Delta Ten markings however they would still be referred to as Delta One and conduct Delta One duties.
Transit Officers are solely employed by the PTA. In order to be designated with the appropriate powers under the PTA act you must be employed by the authority. These powers are in addition to their powers as special constables under the Government Railways Act.
Nope I am referring to Transit Officers. Day trains are populated by both Revenue Protection and Transit Officers. Transit staff levels have increased enough to permit this.
Transperth Security and Transit Officers use different radio networks and should never share the same channels.
MSS Security provide Revenue and static guards for the Transperth Train Operations.
AR number seems to be related to ambulance responses. Oscar 1 requested the AR number from a Tango and they gave the current date and, what I assume, was a CAD job number or incident number, as well as the destination of the ambulance.
Something along the lines of that, but you get the point."Tango xx, Tango xx, Oscar 1."
"Tango xx, recieving."
"Tango xx, Oscar 1, can you provide the hospital and AR number please?"
"Tango xx, hospital is Fiona Stanley Hospital and AR number is xx-xx-xxxx and the number is xxxxxxxxx"
"Oscar 1, received, thanks."
The Automatic Number Identification/Seclcall ID Transmittied is actually the number of the handheld radio with a 5 preceeding it (eg: 5####).Joshek wrote: ↑Sun Jun 16, 2019 11:51 amWell I "figured" it out from when a Mandurah unit had an open channel and base alerted to which WT is was, put 2 and 2 together and I assume that they're handhelds. The selcall correlates to their staff number, if you look on their name badge it has a 5 digit number, same as the 5 digit CCIR tone.
6ST Base is clear, is there a mobile calling on this channel?